It is informed that far cry 7 will focus online

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Far Cry 6 It is possible that it has been released less than a week ago, but it seems that those of the Ubisoft developer are already working on the next main delivery of the franchise. And although Far Cry as a series has followed the same general structure since the launch of FAR Cry 3, it sounds like far Cry 7 will change that structure quite. Specifically, a report has even come so far away by saying that it will be more focused on line than ever.

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According to Axios, a source that has spoken with the publication has said that Far Cry 7 will be more in line oriented than other games that have been previously released. While no more details were given about what this could really mean for the game, this is the second report of this type in recent months suggesting that far Cry 7 will shake the formula a bit. At the beginning of June of this year, Jason Schreier of Bloomberg said the next Ubisoft entry would go «in a radically different direction for Far Cry».

In a general sense, much of what has been expressed in this new report tends to make sense, especially if the movements that Ubisoft has made in recent history is observed. With the passage of time, Ubisoft has shown that it wants many of its titles from the variety of live service, when possible. An example of this is with assassin s creed infinity, which was announced in July. Although the details of this project are scarce, it will essentially be a live service version of the Assassin s Creed formula that will evolve over time. And although Ubisoft might not choose to do exactly the same with Far Cry 7, it definitely seems that the company goes in that direction.

If the future of FAR Cry 7 ends up focusing more on the online components, how would you feel that change? Be sure to let me know all your thoughts, either in the comments or contact me on Twitter in @ mooreman12.

On the contrary, be sure to be attentive to our coverage here at ComicBook.com in the near future, since we will have a review of FAR Cry 6 to share with you soon.